KBF is ly­ing, says Kamba

… He was never of­fered the SG job

Daily Nation Newspaper - - FRONT PAGE - By AARON CHIYANZO

KBF should show us the ap­point­ment let­ter if he was re­ally of­fered the SG job by our late Pres­i­dent or in­deed any Pres­i­dent. The SG po­si­tion is a pre­serve for MCC but he has never been a mem­ber of cen­tral com­mit­tee,’’ Says Mr Kamba

LUS$K$ lawyer, Kelvin Bwalya Fube should pro­duce ev­i­dence to prove that he was of­fered the sec­re­tary gen­eral of the Pa­tri­otic Front (PF) job by former Pres­i­dent Michael Sata which he claims he de­clined, former Lusaka prov­ince youth chair­man Kennedy Kamba has de­manded.

$nd Mr Kamba prod­ded the Min­istry of Higher Ed­u­ca­tion to in­ves­ti­gate a named proUPND lec­turer at the Univer­sity of Zam­bia UNZ$ who has al­legedly been in­sult­ing the Pres­i­dency, say­ing that it was such in­di­vid­u­als who in­cited un­ruli­ness at in­sti­tu­tions of learn­ing. Mr Kamba told the Daily Na­tion that con­trary to Mr )ube’s re­ported claims, he was never ap­pointed sec­re­tary gen­eral of the rul­ing party. He chal­lenged Mr Fube, who is pop­u­larly known as KBF to pro­duce his let­ter of ap­point­ment to prove his claims. Mr Kamba ex­plained that Mr Fube had never been a mem­ber of the rul­ing party’s cen­tral com­mit­tee and that there was no way he would be ap­pointed party chief. He re­vealed that Mr Fube had al­ways been ad­vo­cat­ing for a job and that there was no way he would turn down such a se­nior po­si­tion. Mr Kamba said that Mr Fube was ac­tu­ally frus­trated and now talk­ing ill about the rul­ing party be­cause he was not of­fered any po­si­tion. “KBF should show us the ap­point­ment let­ter if he was re­ally of­fered the 6* job by our late Pres­i­dent or in­deed any Pres­i­dent. The 6* po­si­tion is a pre­serve for MCC but he has never been a mem­ber of cen­tral com­mit­tee,” he said. $nd Mr Kamba called of UNZ$ man­age­ment and the Min­istry of Higher Ed­u­ca­tion to deal with a named lec­turer at the univer­sity who had re­port­edly been in­sult­ing the Pres­i­dent.

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